Letters to the Editor

April 20, 2022

As legalized recreational marijuana gets set to start in New Jersey, I thought it would be appropriate to discuss with my fellow New Jerseyans the public policy disaster that is about to befall our great state. Gov Murphy and his enablers have promised that legalized recreational marijuana would ...

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Dear TAPInto Woodbridge/Carteret:  Most states that approved the use of recreational cannabis have exclusions for those employed in “safety-sensitive” professions. These are individuals who hold such jobs as train operators, air traffic controllers and those working on utility pipelines. That ...

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Dear Editor: Most states that approved the use of recreational cannabis have exclusions for those employed in “safety-sensitive” professions. These are individuals who hold such jobs as train operators, air traffic controllers and those working on utility pipelines. That group also includes ...

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Dear Editor: Most states that approved the use of recreational cannabis have exclusions for those employed in “safety-sensitive” professions. These are individuals who hold such jobs as train operators, air traffic controllers and those working on utility pipelines. That group also includes ...

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Dear Editor: Most states that approved the use of recreational cannabis have exclusions for those employed in “safety-sensitive” professions. These are individuals who hold such jobs as train operators, air traffic controllers and those working on utility pipelines. That group also includes ...

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Most states that approved the use of recreational cannabis have exclusions for those employed in “safety-sensitive” professions.  These are individuals who hold such jobs as train operators, air traffic controllers and those working on utility pipelines.  That group also includes police ...

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I am a Yorktown resident and an environmentally conscious person. I am working hard to transform my yard by planting native trees, shrubs, and perennials in order to both beautify my property and help local wild ecosystems survive and thrive. I also believe that solar power is important to our ...

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This week, the Downtown Westfield Corporation, led by Executive Director Bob Zuckerman, made some very exciting announcements (found at westfieldtoday.com) that include a long list of new downtown business openings, the expansion of existing businesses, and the return of your favorite seasonal ...

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For the 2nd year in a row COVID couldn’t stop the 17th Annual South Plainfield Knights of Columbus Lenten Fish Dinners in 2022!   Due to the pandemic, this year’s Lenten Fish Dinners were available for take-out only again and due to the damage caused by Hurricane Ida in Sept 2021, the fish ...

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Thank you to all, near and far, for your overwhelming generosity, for your donations of items to benefit The Ukrainian refugees.  I will deliver these items to Saint George Ukrainian Orthodox Church and Rev Peter, in Hamilton, during the week of April 18.   Debbie Boyle, IP President ...

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Dear Editor: What is integrity? It’s about being responsible, honest, moral, upright, and helping others. As I read, watch, and attend the political arenas leading up to Paterson’s Mayoral election, I become disheartened because of the false, phony, misleading narrative, and representation my ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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Dear Friends of the Nutley Educational Foundation, We have exciting news about Dr. Julie Glazer, our Nutley Superintendent. A member of the Nutley community has nominated Superintendent, Dr. Julie Glazer, for the 2021-2022 National LifeChanger of the Year program! LifeChanger of the Year is ...

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The BLAME game! So, Monday morning may have been a “snafu” according to the voice mail from the district, but can we get a legitimate apology for it? I get it, people make mistakes - but honestly, own it and acknowledge it.  This blame game mentality is pathetic. Hundreds of families were ...

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Update as of April 18th: Since submitting my letter below to the Bernardsville News, I have received email communications from the district however, have still not received the curriculum details that I have requested.  Editor, I am a Bernards Twp resident and have children at Oak Street ...

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Last week, the Westfield public schools sent notices indicating significant cuts to teaching staff, mostly in the arts, to address a budget shortfall. This is extremely unfortunate for all the students of Westfield as well as the teachers who have lost their jobs and those still employed who will ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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Every day we hear about more warehouse developments interested in setting up shop throughout New Jersey municipalities. Enticing the lowest income communities with promises of ratables and jobs, while pushing out hundreds of medium- to heavy- duty trucks onto our neighborhood streets. This means ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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Dear Editor, Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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Blooming in many people's yards right now is a small yellow flower that, upon closer inspection, proves not to be a dandelion. Variously called lesser celandine or fig buttercup, its radical invasiveness triggers a predictable progression of emotions in the homeowner. Delight at its pretty flower ...

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To the Editor: After walking through the West Amwell elementary school three years ago with my daughter, I was surprised and disappointed at the dismal condition of much of the facility. The physical and operational condition of the school is similar to the elementary school I attended 40 years ...

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We hear a lot about “Diversity” from our Superintendent Dr. Varley and Stephen Hopkins, Director of World Language at Columbia Middle School.  We all saw the colorful country flags placed around the front of CMS; our family was delighted to see the Finnish flag waving alongside the French flag.  ...

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Senator Andrew Zwicker, Assemblyman Roy Freiman, and Assemblywoman Sadaf Jaffer, representing New Jersey’s 16th Legislative District, are celebrating springtime with an online Spring 2022 Food Drive. The food banks in the region report significant food insecurity among NJ residents, as increases ...

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EB BEARS Making EB Proud!!! East Brunswick Boys Tennis Varsity team win the prestigious Bryan Bennett invitational tournament beating the Top High School teams in the State and Only losing 1 match the entire tournament. They ended with a smooth 5-0 sweep in the finals clinching Bryan ...

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Earlier this year, Westfield Mayor Shelley Brindle slashed the time for individual public comment at Town Council meetings to a mere five minutes.  Last Tuesday night, as evidenced by the video of the meeting making the rounds on social media and posted on TAPinto Westfield, she did not even give ...

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